Civil Engineering Apprentice wins British Education award

A College of North West London apprentice has won the Vocational Award at this year's British Education Awards. Lewis Wade, a civil engineer employed by Atkins, was announced as the vocational winner for England at a ceremony in London earlier this week.

Lewis Wade receives award

Lewis told us: “I completed an advanced apprenticeship with the College in 2016. Now my employer, Atkins, are sponsoring me to do my HNC at CNWL. The skills I have learnt through the college and my work are the basis for a successful career. I’m currently involved in 3D modelling on the Thames Tideway project and am working towards professional status as an Engineering technician with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)”

Lewis told us: “I completed an advanced apprenticeship with the College in 2016. Now my employer, Atkins, are sponsoring me to do my HNC at CNWL. The skills I have learnt through the college and my work are the basis for a successful career. I’m currently involved in 3D modelling on the Thames Tideway project and am working towards professional status as an Engineering technician with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE)”

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